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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2003
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Sep 2003
Volume 12, Issue 2 - Jun 2003
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Mar 2003
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3D Flight Simulator for Education of Flying Tactics
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 1~11
The flight simulator should be made like a actual flight. For the scene of sight, instrument should show the condition of flight and the pilot should catch the altitude, speed, pose and rate of lift of the airplane. The paper describes 3D flight visual training program of driving airplane in practice. It is for beginners using joystick in PC, implements airplane physical equations. And it uses rendering technology to implement vision parts of flying object.
Wafer Fail Pattern Classification Simulation
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 13~20
Semiconductor Manufacturing has emerged as one of the most important world industries. Even with the highly automated and precisely monitored facilities used to process the complex manufacturing steps in a near particle free environment, processing variations in wafer fabrication still exist. The causes of these variations may arise from equipment malfunctions, delicate and difficult processing steps, or human mistakes. In this paper, we could specify the cause stage and the cause equipment and take countermeasures at a speed by the conventional method, without depending on the experience and skills of the engineer
A Study on Remarshaling Operation in Automated Container Terminal
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 21~29
The operation rules to remarshaling works in yard is very important in automated container terminal (ACT). However, the decision rules for conventional container terminals have some restrictions to be applied to ACT whose block layout Is vortical for berth. The objective of this study is to propose the efficient operations rules for remarshaling works of automated transfer crane (ATC) in ACTs. Then, the various operation rules are simulated to verify the proposed operation rules. The results of the simulation study on various rules are provided and discussed.
Optimal Policy for (s, S) Inventory System Characterized by Renewal Arrival Process of Demand through Simulation Sensitivity Analysis
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 31~40
This paper studies an optimal policy for a certain class of (s, S) inventory control systems, where the demands are characterized by the renewal arrival process. To minimize the average cost over a simulation period, we apply a stochastic optimization algorithm which uses the gradients of parameters, s and S. We obtain the gradients of objective function with respect to ordering amount S and reorder point s via a combined perturbation method. This method uses the infinitesimal perturbation analysis and the smoothed perturbation analysis alternatively according to occurrences of ordering event changes. The optimal estimates of s and S from our simulation results are quite accurate. We consider that this may be due to the estimated gradients of little noise from the regenerative system simulation, and their effect on search procedure when we apply the stochastic optimization algorithm. The directions for future study stemming from this research pertain to extension to the more general inventory system with regard to demand distribution, backlogging policy, lead time, and inter-arrival times of demands. Another direction involves the efficiency of stochastic optimization algorithm related to searching procedure for an improving point of (s, S).
A Case Study on the Verification of the Initial Layout of Engine Block Machining Line Using Simulation
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 41~53
The major components of an engine are engine block (or cylinder block), cylinder head, crank shaft, connecting rod and cam shaft. Thus the engine shop usually consists of six sub-lines, five machining lines and one assembly line. Flow line is the typical concept of layout for machining these parts, especially for engine block. In order to design an engine block machining line, several factors should be considered such as yearly production target, working hours, machines, tools, material handling equipments and so on. If the designers of manufacturing line were unaware of some factors those would be influenced on the system performance, it would make greater problems in the phase of mass production. Therefore the initial design of engine block machining line should be verified carefully. Simulation is the most powerful tool for analyzing the initial layout. This paper introduces the major factors those should be considered for designing the machining line and their effects on the system performance. 3D simulation models are developed with QUEST. Using the simulation model developed the initial layout is analyzed, and we suggest some ideas for improvement.
Active Routing Mechanism for Mobile IP Network
Soo-Hyun Park ; Hani Jang ; Lee-Sub Lee ; Doo-Kwon Baik ;
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 55~68
As mobile IP has been suggested only to support mobility of mobile station(MS) by which it dose nothing but guarantee MS's new connection to the network, it is for nothing in Quality of Service(QoS) after handoff of MS. QoS is very important factor in mobile IP network to provide multimedia applications and real-time services in mobile environment, and it is closely related to handoff delay Therefore as a main issue in mobile IP research area, handoff delay problem is actively studied to guarantee and promote QoS. In this paper, in order to resolve such a problem, we suggest Simple Network Management Network(SNMP) information-based routing that adds keyword management method to information-based routing in active network, and then propose QoS controlled handoff by SNMP information-based routing. After setting up routing convergence time, modeling of suggested method and existing handoff method is followed in order to evaluate the simulations that are carried out with NS-2. The result of simulation show the improvement of handoff delay, and consequently it turns off the QoS has been improved considerably.
Distributed System Architecture Modeling of a Performance Monitoring and Reporting Tool
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 69~81
To manage a cluster of distributed server systems, a number of management aspects should be considered in terms of configuration management, fault management, performance management, and user management. System performance monitoring and reporting take an important role for performance and fault management. In this paper, we present distributed system architecture modeling of a performance monitoring and reporting tool. Modeling architecture of four subsystems are introduced: node agent, data collection, performance management & report, and DB schema. The performance-related information collected from distributed servers are categorized into performance counters, event data for system status changes, service quality, and system configuration data. In order to analyze those performance information, we use a number of ways to evaluate data corelation. By using some results from a real site of a company and from simulation of artificial workload, we show the example of performance collection and analysis. Since our report tool detects system fault or node component failure and analyzes performances through resource usage and service quality, we are able to provide information for server load balancing, in short term view, and the cause of system faults and decision for system scale-out and scale-up, in long term view.
Modeling and Implementation of A Dynamic Reconfiguration Framework
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 83~94
For 24 hours-7 days service on distributed systems, a great deal of efforts are investigated on high availability for seamless operation. In this paper, we propose a dynamic reconfiguration framework of distributed systems, called "hot-swapping" framework. This framework allows us to upgrade and exchange a number of modules of a distributed system without stopping running service as well as the system itself. In order to hide the state of service operation, the framework employes the "proxy" design pattern. Our framework provides two types of proxies: a static proxy and a dynamic proxy, Static proxies can achieve fast execution time, but they need to be changed whenever any minor change exists in the related swappable module. Meanwhile, dynamic proxies takes longer execution time, but do not need to be changed under minor changes of swappable modules. We compare performances of static and dynamic proxies and also apply the framework to a real situation with security management modules. management modules.
A Study for Integrated Component Meta-model for Component Design in CBD
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 12, issue 3, 2003, Pages 95~102
Lately CBD methodologies like as CBD96, Catalysis, Fusion, and SCIPIO have been introduced. These methodologies has their own proprietary component reference model. Using proprietary reference model falls interoperability among methodologies. Furthermore it can cause confusion and difficulty for component developers, In this paper, we propose a integrated component meta-model for support consistency and interoperability among component designs. Also, we compare our proposed meta model to existing component reference model by using component's characteristics. We expect that it is easy to add new meta model elements and extends meta-model by using integrated component meta-model.